Target Ticket


Movie fans have about a million ways to stream movies to their televisions and whatever other techno devices they might find themselves carrying around these days. You can get movies via iTunes, the Google Play Store, Amazon’s thing, VUDU, Vdio, and heck, doesn’t Redbox even have a streaming service now? Some might look at that crowded lineup of content platforms and think that there’s no more room for competition, but not big box retailer Target, because they’ve just launched their own streaming video offering, Target Ticket [via The Next Web]. The details of the service seem to match all of the other services that are already out there. It includes both movies and TV shows, you can either rent the content for a brief time or purchase the right to stream things an unlimited amount of times, and prices all look to be competitive with what everyone else is doing. Given that Target Ticket isn’t offering anything that’s much different from what everyone else is offering, and you’re probably already tied into one or more of these other services already, why on Earth would you want to create yet another login with yet another service that’s virtually identical to everything that’s come before it?

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published: 01.28.2015
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